sublate

[suhb-leyt]
verb (used with object), sublated, sublating.
to deny or contradict; negate.

sublation, noun
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If the long-term economic growth remains insufficient, the central bank cannot sublate this antinomy.
Dilution water added to the aeration vessel is used as a rinse to remove the sublate residue on the walls.
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